The easy, late-summer recipe is a terrific way to make the most of the Hudson Valley's tomato harvest while incorporating pantry staples.
A traditional recipe from overseas, this refreshing pudding features red currants and highlights summer flavors.
Everyone's favorite warm-weather vegetable gets a culinary upgrade on the grill, as fries, and even turned into pancakes.
Check out these farmers' markets for local and seasonal produce that tastes wonderful and supports the Hudson Valley community.
The classic, fermented Korean recipe is an instant upgrade for everything from sandwiches to soups, and is healthy for you, too.
Who doesn't love a good French onion soup? Make it perfect at home with thinly sliced onions, melty cheese, and a glug of white wine.
This side dish is a little exotic and a lot delicious thanks to a splash of balsamic vinegar and a softly caramelized coating.
There’s more to this versatile stalk than pie. Enjoy Hudson Valley rhubarb in a traditional English dessert, as well as a tangy vinaigrette.
A cousin to quiche, this classic tart recipe uses the best seasonal ingredients found in the Hudson Valley.
Use one of the Hudson Valley's spring staples, ramps, in this hearty green salad of asparagus, fiddlehead ferns, snap peas, and more.
It’s maple syrup season! Make the most of it by pairing the sweet ingredient with ripe pears and melty Brie for an easy dish that everyone will love.
Whether you call them Cornish pasties, empanadas, or turnovers, these turkey-filled dough pockets are tasty and easy to make.
Make the most of summer's fresh basil leaves with a cookie recipe that's sweet and snackable thanks to a touch of lemon zest.
This easy recipe is one of the best ways to use up the last of the tomato harvest in the Hudson Valley.
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